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  1. What are you talking about? El Gigante had already been wrestling at that point. Also, to hear Bret tell it, Davy Boy was so blown up from smoking crack all summer that he might as well have been an inanimate object during their Summerslam match.
  2. And Scott Hudson and Tony can talk about how professional Bayley is for going up for a powerbomb from Roman after he and Samoa Joe are forced to "improvise" a match when Braun Strowman walks out and refuses to "go up" for the powerbomb.
  3. I'm sure this will turn out well.
  4. Tamina got a bit lost during the women's promo. Charlotte cut Nattie off and said something like if she didn't shut up, she (Charlotte) was going to make Nattie look like Ellsworth. Then it's Tamina's turn to interrupt and she goes, "umm, I'll make you look like Ellsworth."
  5. I don't know if it makes sense but I have a bigger problem with people aping his moves and mannerisms than actually watching his matches. If he pops up in a segment or a match during a show I'm watching, it doesn't bother me. But I think it's kinda shitty for people to emulate him after what he did.
  6. Well he had some matches with The Booty Man. I wouldn't exactly call them decent. That's just my opinion though.
  7. I've been on a big Flair 87-90 kick lately. Kinda weird b/c he's already accepted as an all-time great in the ring so it's easy to gloss over just how good he was. He really was awesome at being a dick when going after a guy's knee. Letting them get comebacks and then just kicking their leg from under their leg (tm Owen Hart). I rewatched a couple of draws he had with WIndham (the Worldwide match and a couple others) and the way he sold getting put in a headlock was amazing to me. They made restholds look like actual moves that were designed to wear a guy down. It wasn't just a lazy "slap on a chinlock and sit there" sort of thing. Windham would put him in a headlock and they'd go through a series of reversals and pinfalls off it. Actually working. That's the sort of stuff I love.
  8. Yeah I agree with you. Hunter had an all-time great year in 2000. Outside of that match with Pillman, I don't know if Mero has much that compares with what Hunter was doing then.
  9. He had some really good matches with DDP during that time. That's pretty much when most fans started to take DDP seriously as a wrestler.
  10. It's a shame that he got really entertaining right as he started to break down physically.
  11. I was going to answer with Marc Mero but wiki says he spent a little time in Florida indie right after he was trained by the Malenkos. Pretty close though b/c he apparently only spent a couple of months there before going to WCW.
  12. His match with Pillman at Fall Brawl 95 is one of the best openers of all-time.
  13. Hardcore Holly and Jericho talked about their interactions with Benoit in the days, months and years prior to the tragedy. Seems like Eddie and Johnny Grunge's deaths really hit him hard. I think it was Jericho who said that Benoit would always keep an action figure of Eddie in his car.
  14. Eddie looked absolutely miserable in that match. It reminded me of Hardcore Holly's description of Eddie during his title reign. He'd basically drag himself into the arena, lay on the trainer's table hours before the show to get worked on. Pound some energy drinks and then go out and put on a 4 star match where the fans don't know how hurt he is and then he'd come back and collapse on the trainer's table again before going back to the hotel. Rinse and repeat.
  15. Next time throw a Sweetserkick party.